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This place is not really a tourist destination, but a simple landmark in the city. Visitors to the city, especially first-timers, go to this place just to have a souvenir photo taken in front of it. Nothing much to see here. It's just an ordinary...More
There is nothing to see or do at the capitol building for tourists, it is a place of work for the provincial government employees. Half the building was closed due to safety concerns after the 2013 earthquake and the remaining half is open but not...More
I walked to this land mark from my hotel that was just about 5 minutes walk. The building could be seen from outside as it was a working day. For me it was nothing really special from outside unless I could walk in and see...More
From historical viewpoint this beautiful architecture was designed by the late famous Architect J.M. Arellano whose works include such iconic buildings as Manila’s Metropolitan Theatre, the National Museum of the Philippines and the Manila Central Post Office Building.
This building is patterned after the U.S....More
We had hired a taxi for the day and were driving from Cebu City to the mountain lookout to the east. We had not planned to visit Cebu Provincial Capitol, in fact I did not even know about it, but as we were driving past...More